Definition Of slim

verb

(of a person or their build) gracefully thin; slenderly built (used approvingly).

her slim figure

(of something abstract, especially a chance or margin) very small.

there was just a slim chance of success

make oneself thinner by dieting and sometimes exercising.

I need to slim down a bit

Example Of slim

  • A nutrition expert slammed the ‘lose weight’ order saying the pop world had gone mad if the girls had been told to slim down.

  • Again it took three months of sweat to slim down to Air Force standards.

  • Aimed at a more mature woman, there were plenty of slim skirts teamed with jackets and T-shirts.

  • Although Gemma has been a keen supporter of strongman competitions since she was small, she only started training in a gym six months ago, in an attempt to slim down for her singing career.

  • Among other advantages, the authors note, is the ability to keep people further from harm's way and slim the size of the staff needed.


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